Edmonds Chamber of Commerce invites you to free Business Expo

Shuttle service will be provided between the Waterfront Festival and the Business Expo
May 31, 2013

Edmonds is truly the place to be this weekend!

Looking to shop local? The Edmonds Garden Market offers locally grown plants and produce. Popular downtown merchants are just steps away.

Now, the Edmonds Chamber of Commerce is spreading the word on shopping local in a new way by showcasing local service businesses. On Saturday, June 1, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., the public is invited to the second annual Business Expo free of charge.

The event is being held at the Edmonds Conference Center (located at 201 4th Ave N. in downtown Edmonds).

Not only will the Business Expo and Garden Market be taking place, but the Waterfront Festival is taking place as well.

Shuttle service will be provided between the Waterfront Festival and the Business Expo, with a stop at 4th Avenue and Bell in downtown Edmonds.

The Business Expo provides those looking for local service providers to learn about offerings and meet local business owners in person. Over 45 exhibitors will showcase their service businesses at Business Expo 2013!

Services featured include remodeling, construction, computer repair, social media, massage, professional photography, muralists and musicians.

Valuable door prizes donated by expo exhibitors will be awarded every hour. The Edmonds Chamber of Commerce, in partnership with The Port of Edmonds, The City of Edmonds, Edmonds Community College, the Edmonds Conference Center, MyEdmondsNews.com and Rusty Pelican Cafe, presents this second annual event and invites the public to attend free of charge.

While few exhibitor booths remain, if any business owner is interested in getting the word out on service offerings, they can sign up for a booth for just $75.

Questions? Contact Ailsa Kellam of the Edmonds Chamber at 425.670.1496 or

 

email business@edmondswa.com.

Cindy Hopper, owner of Frog Pond Apps, will speak at Noon on Mobile Marketing.

Attendees of the brief educational session will learn how to bring mobile tools and strategies together to create effective mobile marketing campaigns and how business owners can leverage mobile marketing to increase profits for business.

 

About the Edmonds Chamber of Commerce

Our mission is to promote the economic vitality of the greater Edmonds business community through advocacy, leadership and education.

The Edmonds Chamber of Commerce was chartered in 1907 and is a voluntary organization serving over 460 business and professional leaders in several neighborhoods including the Downtown, Waterfront, Perrinville, Firdale, Westgate and Highway 99 districts.

The organization also serves to encourage unified public support and initiate action for the sustainability of a rich quality of life in the community, country and state.

To learn more about the Edmonds Chamber of Commerce, as well as its events and programs, visit www.edmondswa.com.

 

About Cindy Hopper of Frog Pond Apps

Cindy Hopper is a Mobile Marketing Strategist, bringing mobile tools and strategies together to create effective mobile marketing campaigns for her customers.

She enjoys educating business owners on the power of mobile marketing, then tapping into her creativity to leverage mobile marketing to increase profits for those businesses.

 

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